Tennis players with most titles in the Open Era

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This page lists all tennis players who have won at least 30 top-level professional tournament titles since the Open Era began in 1968.

Titles can be any combination of singles and doubles, so the combined total is the default sorting of the lists. The current top-level events are on the ATP Tour for men and the WTA Tour for women.

Key[edit]

Player Name and nationality
Span Years (any gaps omitted)
Sing. Singles titles
Doub. Same-gender doubles titles
Mix. Mixed doubles titles
Total Combined number of titles
Tennis Hall of Fame member
* Player is currently active

Men[edit]

John McEnroe won the most titles overall.
Jimmy Connors won the most singles titles.
Bob and Mike Bryan won 118 doubles titles together.
Player Span Sing. Doub. Mix. Total Ref.
United States John McEnroe 1978–06 77 78 1 156 [1]
United States Mike Bryan* 1998– 0 123 4 127 [2]
United States Jimmy Connors 1972–96 109 16 0 125
United States Bob Bryan* 1998– 0 118 7 125 [3]
Australia Rod Laver 1968–76 74 37 0 111 [4][1]
Romania Ilie Năstase 1968–89 59 51 2 112 [5][1]
Switzerland Roger Federer* 1998– 102 8 0 110 [6]
Netherlands Tom Okker 1968–82 33 78 0 111 [1]
Czechoslovakia/United States Ivan Lendl 1978–94 94 6 0 100 [7]
Canada Daniel Nestor 1991–18 0 91 4 95 [8]
Spain Rafael Nadal* 2001– 84 11 0 95 [9]
United States Stan Smith 1968–86 39 54 0 93 [10][1]
Australia Todd Woodbridge 1988–05 2 83 6 91 [11]
Mexico Raúl Ramírez 1973–83 19 62 0 81 [12][1]
South Africa Frew McMillan 1968–83 2 74 4 80 [13][1]
United States Brian Gottfried 1972–85 25 54 0 79 [14][1]
Argentina Guillermo Vilas 1968–92 62 16 0 78 [15]
Australia Mark Woodforde 1984–00 4 67 5 76 [16]
Serbia Novak Djokovic* 2003– 76 1 0 77 [17]
South Africa Bob Hewitt 1968–83 4 65 5 74 [1]
United States Marty Riessen 1968–81 6 60 7 73 [1]
United States Peter Fleming 1973–88 3 66 0 69 [1]
Sweden Björn Borg 1973–83 64 4 0 68 [18]
Poland Wojtek Fibak 1973–89 15 52 0 67 [19]
Sweden Anders Järryd 1980–96 8 59 0 67
United States Pete Sampras 1988–02 64 2 0 66 [20]
India Leander Paes* 1991– 1 55 10 66
Australia John Newcombe 1968–83 32 33 0 65
Spain Emilio Sánchez 1984–97 15 50 0 65 [21]
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd 1976–92 9 55 0 64
Germany Boris Becker 1984–99 49 15 0 64 [22]
United States Andre Agassi 1986–06 60 1 0 61
Sweden Jonas Björkman 1991–08 6 54 0 60
India Mahesh Bhupathi 1995–16 0 52 8 60
Sweden Stefan Edberg 1983–96 41 18 0 59 [23]
Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia Nenad Zimonjić* 1995– 0 54 5 59
Belarus Max Mirnyi 1996–18 1 52 5 58
Australia Ken Rosewall 1968–80 43 14 0 57 [24]
The Bahamas Mark Knowles 1992–12 0 55 1 56
Spain Manuel Orantes 1968–83 33 22 0 55
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 1989–03 1 54 0 55
United States Sherwood Stewart 1968–85 1 51 2 54
Ecuador Andrés Gómez 1979–95 21 33 0 54
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1992–03 26 27 0 53
United States Robert Lutz 1968–85 9 43 0 52
United States Rick Leach 1987–06 0 46 4 50
Spain Sergio Casal 1981–95 1 47 1 49
Netherlands Jacco Eltingh 1988–98 4 44 0 48
United Kingdom Andy Murray* 2005– 45 3 0 48
United States Arthur Ashe 1968–79 33 14 0 47
Austria Thomas Muster 1985–99 44 1 0 45
Australia Mark Edmondson 1975–88 6 34 0 40
Sweden Mats Wilander 1981–96 33 7 0 40
Czech Republic Martin Damm 1990–11 0 40 0 40
Hungary Balázs Taróczy 1972–90 13 26 0 39
France Yannick Noah 1977–96 23 16 0 39
France Guy Forget 1982–00 11 28 0 39
Australia John Fitzgerald 1980–95 6 30 2 38
Romania Horia Tecău* 1998– 0 36 1 37
United States Ken Flach 1983–96 0 34 2 36
United States Patrick Galbraith 1987–00 0 36 0 36
Czech Republic Cyril Suk 1988–06 0 32 4 36
United States Andy Roddick 2000–12 32 4 0 36
United States Vitas Gerulaitis 1972–86 26 9 0 35
Czech Republic Pavel Složil 1973–92 2 32 1 35
Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett 1990–10 0 34 1 35
United States Sandy Mayer 1970–85 10 24 0 34
United States Kevin Curren 1979–93 5 26 3 34
United States Michael Chang 1988–03 34 0 0 34
Brazil Bruno Soares* 2000– 0 31 3 34 [25]
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 1998–16 30 3 0 33
Brazil Marcelo Melo* 1998– 0 32 0 32 [26]
Czech Republic František Čermák* 1998– 0 31 1 32
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Croatia Goran Ivanišević 1988–04 22 9 0 31
France Fabrice Santoro 1989–10 6 24 1 31
France Michaël Llodra 1999–14 5 26 0 31
Czech Republic David Rikl 1989–05 0 30 0 30
France Nicolas Mahut 2003–19 4 26 0 30

Women[edit]

Martina Navratilova won the most singles and doubles titles.
Player Span Sing. Doub. Mix. Total Ref.
Czechoslovakia/United States Martina Navratilova 1975–06 167 177 10 354 [27]
United States Billie Jean King 1968–83 67 101 7 175 [28]
United States Chris Evert 1972–89 157 18 0 175 [29]
Australia Margaret Court 1968–77 92 48 7 147 [30]
United States Pam Shriver 1979–97 21 106 1 128 [31]
United States Rosemary Casals 1968–91 11 112 3 126 [32][33]
Germany Steffi Graf 1982–99 107 11 0 118 [34]
Switzerland Martina Hingis 1994–17 43 64 7 114 [35]
Czech Republic Jana Novotná 1987–99 24 76 4 104 [36]
Spain A. Sánchez Vicario 1985–02 29 69 4 102 [37]
United States Serena Williams* 1995– 72 23 2 97 [38]
United States Lindsay Davenport 1993–08 55 38 0 93 [39]
United States Lisa Raymond 1993–15 4 79 5 88 [40]
Soviet Union/Belarus Natasha Zvereva 1988–02 4 80 2 86 [41]
Czech Republic Helena Suková 1981–98 10 69 5 84 [42]
Australia E. Goolagong Cawley 1968–83 68 11 1 80 [43]
United States Venus Williams* 1994– 49 22 2 73 [44]
United States Gigi Fernández 1983–97 2 69 0 71 [45]
Soviet Union/Latvia Larisa Neiland 1982–99 2 65 4 71 [46]
Australia Wendy Turnbull 1970–89 9 55 5 69 [47]
Zimbabwe Cara Black* 1998– 1 60 5 66 [48]
Australia Rennae Stubbs 1986–11 0 60 2 62 [49]
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro/United States Monica Seles 1989–08 53 6 0 59 [50]
United Kingdom Virginia Wade 1968–86 55 0 0 55 [51]
South Africa/United States Liezel Huber 1993–17 0 53 2 55 [52]
Belgium Kim Clijsters 1999–12 41 11 0 52 [53]
Argentina Paola Suárez 1991–12 4 44 0 48 [54]
Slovenia Katarina Srebotnik* 1995– 4 39 5 48 [55]
Spain V. Ruano Pascual 1992–10 3 43 1 47 [56]
Czechoslovakia/Australia Hana Mandlíková 1978–90 27 19 0 46 [57]
Spain Conchita Martínez 1988–06 33 13 0 46 [58]
Japan Ai Sugiyama 1992–09 6 38 1 45 [59]
Belgium Justine Henin 1999–11 43 2 0 45 [60]
India Sania Mirza* 2003– 1 41 3 45 [61]
United States Lori McNeil 1983–02 10 33 1 44 [62]
Argentina Gabriela Sabatini 1985–96 27 14 0 41 [63]
Spain A. Medina Garrigues* 1997– 11 28 0 39 [64]
Russia Maria Sharapova* 2001– 36 3 0 39 [65]
Australia Samantha Stosur* 1999– 9 26 3 38 [66]
Australia Elizabeth Smylie 1982–97 2 32 3 37 [67]
Russia Nadia Petrova 1999–17 13 24 0 37 [68]
Italy Sara Errani* 2002– 9 27 0 36 [69]
United States Tracy Austin 1978–94 30 4 1 35 [70]
Italy Roberta Vinci 1999–18 10 25 0 35 [71]
Chinese Taipei Latisha Chan* 2004– 0 32 3 35 [72]
Russia Svetlana Kuznetsova* 2000– 18 16 0 34 [73]
Germany Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 1980–94 8 25 0 33 [74]
United States Zina Garrison 1982–97 11 19 3 33 [75]
France Nathalie Tauziat 1984–03 8 25 0 33 [76]
Czech Republic Květa Peschke* 1993– 1 32 0 33 [77]
Denmark Caroline Wozniacki* 2005– 30 2 0 32 [78]
Belarus Victoria Azarenka* 2003– 20 8 3 31 [79]
United States Bethanie Mattek-Sands* 1999– 0 26 4 30 [80]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  21. ^ "Emilio Sanchez – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012.
  22. ^ "Boris Becker – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012.
  23. ^ "Stefan Edberg – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved May 19, 2012.
  24. ^ listed at Ken Rosewall career statistics
  25. ^ "Bruno Soares – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
  26. ^ "Marcelo Melo – Titles/Finals". ATPWorldTour.com – Tennis Players. ATP World Tour. Retrieved June 25, 2018.
  27. ^ Martina Navratilova Archived 2012-11-03 at the Wayback Machine WTA profile.
  28. ^ Billie Jean King WTA profile.
  29. ^ Chris Evert WTA profile.
  30. ^ Margaret Court WTA profile
  31. ^ Pam Shriver WTA profile.
  32. ^ Rosemary Casals Encyclopedia.com
  33. ^ Joel Drucker (March 3, 2009). "Casals far more than King's sidekick". sports.espn.go.com. ESPN.
  34. ^ Steffi Graf WTA profile
  35. ^ Martina Hingis WTA profile.
  36. ^ Jana Novotná WTA profile
  37. ^ Arantxa Sánchez Vicario WTA profile
  38. ^ Serena Williams WTA profile.
  39. ^ Lindsay Davenport WTA profile
  40. ^ Lisa Raymond WTA profile.
  41. ^ Natasha Zvereva WTA profile
  42. ^ Helena Suková WTA profile.
  43. ^ Evonne Goolagong Cawley WTA profile.
  44. ^ Venus Williams WTA profile.
  45. ^ Gigi Fernandez WTA profile.
  46. ^ Larisa Savchenko Neiland WTA profile.
  47. ^ Wendy Turnbull WTA profile.
  48. ^ Cara Black WTA profile.
  49. ^ Rannae Stubbs WTA profile.
  50. ^ Monica Seles WTA profile.
  51. ^ Virginia Wade WTA profile.
  52. ^ Liezel Huber WTA profile.
  53. ^ Kim Clijsters WTA profile.
  54. ^ Paola Suárez WTA profile.
  55. ^ Katarina Srebotnik WTA profile.
  56. ^ Virginia Ruano Pascual WTA profile.
  57. ^ Hana Mandlíková WTA profile.
  58. ^ Conchita Martínez WTA profile.
  59. ^ Ai Sugiyama WTA profile.
  60. ^ Justine Henin WTA profile.
  61. ^ Sania Mirza WTA profile.
  62. ^ Lori McNeil WTA profile.
  63. ^ Gabriela Sabatini WTA profile.
  64. ^ Anabel Medina Garrigues WTA profile.
  65. ^ Maria Sharapova WTA profile.
  66. ^ Samantha Stosur WTA profile.
  67. ^ Elizabeth Smylie WTA profile.
  68. ^ Nadia Petrova WTA profile.
  69. ^ Sara Errani WTA profile.
  70. ^ Tracy Austin WTA profile.
  71. ^ Roberta Vinci WTA profile.
  72. ^ Latisha Chan WTA profile.
  73. ^ Svetlana Kuznetsova WTA profile.
  74. ^ Claudia Kohde-Kilsch WTA profile.
  75. ^ Zina Garrison WTA profile.
  76. ^ Nathalie Tauziat WTA profile.
  77. ^ Kveta Peschke WTA profile.
  78. ^ Caroline Wozniacki WTA profile.
  79. ^ Victoria Azarenka WTA profile
  80. ^ Bethanie Mattek-Sands WTA profile.